3 Holiday Decoration Tips for Small Apartments
The holidays offer the perfect excuse to zhoosh your tired home décor. Whether you’re the type to go all-out with decorations or call it quits with some lights and holiday scents, there is a décor option for every person. Unfortunately, the rules for holiday décor are slightly different for apartments---especially if they feature a small or studio layout. To help you figure out holiday decorations for small apartments, we’ve gathered our top three favorite tips:
1. Get Creative With the Christmas Tree
In a tiny apartment, finding the space for a giant Christmas tree isn’t always possible. A perfect substitute is a tabletop tree or miniature Christmas tree. These quarter trees are just as festive and only require a small corner of space. A more creative option involves making a holiday tree out of an old ladder, washi tape, garlands, or wreaths!
2. Walls & Shelves Are Your Friends
Garlands, holiday cards, cabinet bows, etc. are holiday decorations that take up minimal space. Together, these decorations will transform your tiny home into a winter retreat. Garlands can include anything from dry fruit to wooden beads to greenery; find a style that works for your home and budget.
3. Decorate Your Windows or Patio
Windows are a staple in apartments and offer the perfect surface for visible holiday decorations. Simply decorate the interior of your apartment windows with:
- Hanging wreaths
- Twinkly lights
- Window ornaments
- Paper snowflakes
If your small apartment has a patio space, make use of it for the holiday by stringing up Christmas lights, hanging ornaments, or layering fake snow.
At PepperTree Apartment Homes, we’re wishing all of our residents a happy and safe holiday season. If you are planning to move during the holidays or the new year, reach out today! Our apartments are located near The Villages, Florida, and are designed for the contemporary renter.